Motorbike hailing service, Gokada, has partially shut down operations to restrategize after its CEO faced operational hurdles during a ride.
According to the message sent to users on Wednesday, Gokada said:
“We are dedicated to rewriting the ills the motorcycle taxis represent. This has nudged us to take this compulsory break of 12 days which begins Today, Wednesday, August 14th 2019 to the 25th August 2019,”
“We will be back Monday, August 26th, with retrained drivers who are safety conscious, clean, courteous and are better with driving and navigation.
“Other features to expect include better traffic law-abiding pilots, brand new bikes amongst other things.
“We are deliberate in our commitment to revamping the narrative of transportation.”
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